RESEARCH HUB International Multidisciplinary Research Journal <p>The RESEARCH HUB International Multidisciplinary Research Journal [RHIMRJ] is an international double blind, peer-reviewed, online journal in English, Hindi and Gujarati languages that provides platform to the academicians and scholars to enrich their expertise in multidisciplinary research areas. The journal offers rigorous peer review (double blind) and fast publication. The RHIMRJ enables the wide dissemination of research articles, review articles, short communications to the global community without restriction. The journal is open access.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Title: </strong>RESEARCH HUB International Multidisciplinary Research Journal</li> <li><strong>Frequency of Publication: </strong>Monthly [12 issues per year]</li> <li><strong>ISSN (Online): </strong>2349-7637 (Online)</li> <li><strong>Peer Review Process: </strong>Double Blind Peer Review Process</li> <li><strong>Subject: </strong>Multidisciplinary</li> <li><strong>Languages:</strong> English/Hindi/Gujarat [Multiple Languages]</li> <li><strong>Accessibility:</strong> Open Access</li> <li><strong>Plagiarism Checker: </strong>Turnitin (License)</li> <li><strong>Publication Format: </strong>Online</li> <li><strong>Contact No.: </strong>+91- 99784 40833</li> <li><strong>Email:</strong></li> <li><strong>Website:</strong></li> <li><strong>Old website:</strong></li> <li><strong>Address:</strong> 15, Kalyan Nagar, Shahpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380004</li> <li>Journal was listed with UGC till 2nd May 2018 with Journal Number 44951 (UGC List)</li> </ul> Research Hub Publication en-US RESEARCH HUB International Multidisciplinary Research Journal 2349-7637 A polynomial of degree five representing the selling price of an inventory of deteriorating items with a linear degradation rate, constant holding cost, and demand-dependent selling price <p>The study suggests a deterministic inventory model as opposed to a probabilistic one. With just odd powers considered, the model's demand rate is a degree five polynomial of the selling price. The keeping expense is assumed to stay constant. Time has an impact on how quickly things degrade. The backlog and shortages are both acceptable. The inventory model used a single article inventory. It is assumed that there is no lead time. In this study, the differential equation's solution was used to determine the best values. The model is numerically validated, and in a maple application, convexity is displayed as a two-dimensional graph.</p> Sharad Kumar Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-31 2023-07-31 10 7 01 07 10.53573/rhimrj.2023.v10n07.001 Educational Analysis on Youth and Development in Doda District of Jammu and Kashmir <p>Early Childhood Education (ECE) in India is a relatively new concept and has been gaining popularity in recent years. It is based on the belief that a child's formative years are the most important for his/her development. The focus of ECE in India is to provide children with a holistic, meaningful, and holistic learning experience. This experience is achieved through interactive, play-based activities that help the child to explore the world around them and develop their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills. In India, the Ministry of Education has been spearheading efforts to promote ECE. They have launched several initiatives and schemes such as the New Education Policy and the National Early Childhood Care and Education Scheme (NECCES) to promote access to ECE services. The government also provides financial assistance to schools, NGOs, and private institutions to open and run ECE centers. To ensure quality ECE, the government has drafted guidelines and regulations for ECE centers. These include standards for teacher qualifications, curriculum and assessment, physical infrastructure and environment, and safety and health standards. The government has also set up an accreditation system for ECE centers to recognize quality and ensure accountability. In addition to government initiatives, there are a number of NGOs, private institutions, and corporate organizations that are making efforts to promote ECE in India. These organizations are working to provide access to quality ECE and to raise awareness about the importance of early childhood education. Jammu and Kashmir have long been at the forefront of Early Childhood Education (ECE) in India.</p> Gufran Hussain Batt Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-31 2023-07-31 10 7 08 16 10.53573/rhimrj.2023.v10n07.002 Family Relations in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors <p>Shashi Deshpande's novel, "The Dark Holds No Terrors," offers a profound exploration of family relations within the context of Indian society. The narrative centers on Sarita, the protagonist, as she grapples with the complexities of familial bonds, gender roles, and societal expectations. This abstract examines the multifaceted dimensions of family relationships depicted in the novel, shedding light on the traditional roles, expectations, and challenges faced by individuals, particularly women, within the family structure. The narrative unfolds as Sarita confronts her own inner conflicts and familial tensions, prompting a deeper reflection on the intricate web of family relations and the quest for self-identity within a society deeply influenced by tradition.</p> Kavan R. Patel Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-31 2023-07-31 10 7 17 19 10.53573/rhimrj.2023.v10n07.003 Passing the torch: An examination of Ancestor Veneration and its role in cultural heritage <p>Ancestor veneration is a phenomenon that can be observed in various cultures around the world, where individuals honor and pay tribute to their deceased ancestors. This practice has been recognized as a significant aspect of cultural heritage in the Birhor tribal society too, as it embodies the beliefs and values of a community, and helps to preserve their cultural identity over time. This paper aims to examine the role of ancestor veneration in cultural heritage from an anthropological perspective. It explores the ways in which ancestor veneration is practiced in Birhor tribal society, the cultural meanings and symbols associated with this practice, and its impact on the transmission of cultural knowledge from generation to generation. The paper argues that ancestor veneration serves as a mechanism for passing the torch of cultural heritage from one generation to the next, by connecting individuals to their cultural past and providing them with a sense of continuity and belonging. Furthermore, the paper highlights the ways in which ancestor veneration has adapted to changing social and cultural contexts, such as urbanization, and how it continues to evolve as a dynamic aspect of cultural heritage. Overall, the paper emphasizes the importance of understanding ancestor veneration as a critical component of cultural heritage and highlights the need for further research and documentation of this practice to ensure its preservation for future generations.</p> Gladis S Mathew Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-31 2023-07-31 10 7 20 29 10.53573/rhimrj.2023.v10n07.004